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i mean, some people are dumb enough to jump into marriage thinking that they're mature enough to live up to such a commitment and just end up getting a divorce.. so why waste money on ending something that you have already wasted money in the beginning, when you can just wait for your expiration date?
archipatz archipatz 22-25, M 9 Answers Nov 8, 2012 in EP

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I would not agree on that because I would be sure I wanted to spend my life with that person before stating that I wanted to marry them.

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good for you

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Hell YES, but the distribution of assets is more complicated than just "going your separate ways. So, not sure how that would work out. I NEVER vowed"til death do us part," nor did I vow to forsake all others, or remain monogamous, actually. I didn't agree to letting him suck the happiness out of my life, and I sure as hell didn't agree to go without sex for extended periods of time. As far as I am concerned, when someone unilaterally shifts the conditions, one should not be "held to" it legally. It's a stupid social more, anyway.

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YES

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Interesting idea.

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You mean formulate a contract that has an expiration much like a lase with th possibility of renewing?

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yeah.. so if you're satisfied with the marriage, you can renew your contract and if not, you just leave it and go your way..

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Genius idea dude, that I would do. Amazing. Ill vote for that

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thanks!!!

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No i wont agree

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why not? i mean, you couldn't be that sure that your every decision is right..including marriage..

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I wont just jump into marriage life if im not ready for a life time commitment.

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what if you think you're ready and get married and find out that it's not happily ever after? would you not end something like that?

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no.. unless he will give up on me. but I know how I commit into a relationship. I had only 3 ex's and 2 of my ex's proposed to me but I did not accept it coz I knew im not ready to commit, i dont have that deep feeling, im not matured enough too.. and i have alot of questions back n my mind. im pretty cautious of the word "marriage" .

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and you're a smart woman, humble as well for admitting that you're ''not matured enough'', i appreciate that but not all women have the same mindset as yours, so why not give them a more cost effective option?.

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